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they boarded a flight to cincinnati where they'll play the bengals on sunday. team owner jerry jones issue add statement that read, we are deeply saddened by the news of this accident and the passing of jerry brown. at this time our hearts and prayers and deepest sympathies are with the members of jerry's family and all of those who knew him and loved him. one week ago, the nfl was shaken by the death of kansas city linebacker jovan belcher who shot and killed his girlfriend and then traveled to the facility and killed himself in front of the head coach. >> what he did, we didn't like, we're not crazy about. but he's still a member of our fami family. and when yo go out in society and things like this happen in society because they do happen in society, you don't see people throwing the family member ts out the door, you know. they're still loved by their family members, but the act, you don't like the act. and so you move on, you deal with it. and you don't have a choice. you have to move on. >> because of the nature of the sport, cheers are sometimes shed in the fl on the field. in back-to-b
lachey, when it comes to the cincinnati bengals. he loves his team. but this weekend, his passion may have gotten the best of him. after having, well, let's say some words with a die-hard chargers fan at the game, nick was escorted from the stadium. he later tweeted, for the record, i was not kicked out of the chargers game for excessive trash-talking. that honor belongs to the guy in front of me. he wrote, aside from a new exceptions, probably the guy in front of him, he had a great time hanging with chargers fans all afternoon. arguably, some of the nicest fans around. it probably helped that the bengals also won. >>> also, from jolly london. could it be? you guys, i'm very excited. this is true. there's oscar buzz for "magic mike." >> please. >> lara's stuffing the ballot box. >> i only report the news. this is real. it's for a performance i think we can all call moving. a scene specifically featuring a cowboy hat and chaps. matthew has already -- matthew just picked up a best supporting actor win from the prestigious new york film critic circle. these awards are usually seen as pr
teammate. they lost at home to the bengals. they drop to 4-10. cincinnati keeps play-off hopes alive by improving to 8-6. >> that was awful. look out for the bengals. they can play some football. >>> all right. it is 18 minutes after the hour now. time for "early read." we're revealing the story in the chicago sun times where one lawmaker is proposing fines as high ased 1 e$1,000 and six monn jail for pigeon feeders. he said he's tired of seeing parts of town being seen from a movie from "the birds." he said bird droppings a quarter inch thick in some spots. there are cull pretties that feed the birds three or four pounds of bread four times a day. one of these feeders is known as the pigeon lady. >>> all right. get back here with my driveway. police arrested a man accused of stealing someone's driveway. brick by brick. the neighbor called deputies reporting two people with truck removing the bricks. about 300 square feet of them are gone and a few days later they came back for more. police found 40 to 50 bricks in the bed of the guy's truck. i once did a story abouthe landscaping th
, the car was. the cowboys came back from a nine-point deficit to beat the cincinnati bengals on a dramatic last second field goal. brown's jersey was held up after the emotional win, and following the game, cowboys head coach jason garrett talked about the focus his team showed during this tragedy. >> all we asked our team last night was to understand as best they could what happened and somehow, some way, to challenge the emotions they have into honoring jerry today in their performance, and that's a hard thing to do. i think everyone in our organization who knew him is completely numb and has been numb for the last couple days. >> ed lavandera joins us from dallas. ed, this morning brown's teammate, cowboys nose tackle josh brent is out of jail. >> reporter: he is, ted. as that team is dealing with the death of a beloved teammate, they're also struggling with the fact that one of their teammates and close friends as well is also facing some very serious legal charges as well, josh brent facing intoxication, manslaughter, but he did post a $500,000 shortly after the cowboys had won that g
beat the cincinnati bengals. teammates holing up brown's jersey after the game. >> football is very different than life. we lost a 25-year-old young man who had his whole life in front of him. >> reporter: his death is the second in the nfl in as many weeks. on december 1st, police say kansas city chiefs linebacker jovan belcher shot and hikilled his girlfriend, before turning the gun on himself. this video shows him talking to kansas city police officers. >> how we doing tonight, man? >> reporter: police say they found the 25-year-old asleep in the car. because he wasn't driving and had no visible signs of alcohol with him, there was no reason to arrest him. >> i think sometimes they feel like they're invincible. >> reporter: this morning, after two high-profile deaths, many are wondering if the nfl needs to do more. >> the nfl facing a real moment of crisis. >>> the latest tempest turned up by the singer who released "gangnam style" on the world. he was at a benefit, to perform, but first, he had to apologize. >> is ththis is a shocker. didn't see this one coming. the author of th
the cincinnati bengals. >>> right to work opponents, expected to start converging on michigan's capital today. the protest is expected to swell to thousands tomorrow when the senate's house and senate are trying to hammer out an agreement to make them the 24th right to work state. we have more from the capital. >> good morning, john. all quiet at the michigan state c capitol behind me. governor rick sniyder expected o sign this bill tomorrow, you can expect thousands of protesters between now and team it would ban contracts that require workers to join a union. to pay union dues. those in favor of the bill say what it would do is help the economy by saving jobs, bringing more work to michigan. even raising salaries by not forcing union dues on workers. those against the bill say that those benefits that they have now, those jobs that they have now, could take a major hit. obviously, huge political implications and we'll be watching to see how the action unfolds. >> allison kosik in lansing, michigan. where we expect huge protests over the next few days. >>> else where after taking a lot of he
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